sang1
surname Sang

sang1
mulberry tree

sang1
old variant of 桑

strokes 10
radical
strokes after radical 6
饱经沧桑 飽經滄桑 bao3 jing1 cang1 sang1
having lived through many changes

渤澥桑田 渤澥桑田 bo2 xie4 sang1 tian2
lit. blue seas where once was mulberry fields (idiom, from 史記|史记, Record of the Grand Historian); time brings great changes; life's vicissitudes

沧海桑田 滄海桑田 cang1 hai3 sang1 tian2
lit. the blue sea turned into mulberry fields (idiom); fig. the transformations of the world

沧桑 滄桑 cang1 sang1
great changes; abbr. of 滄海桑田|沧海桑田

扶桑 扶桑 fu2 sang1
Fusang, mythical island of ancient literature, often interpreted as Japan

哈桑 哈桑 ha1 sang1
Hassan (person name); Hassan District

基桑加尼 基桑加尼 ji1 sang1 jia1 ni2
Kisangani (city in the Democratic Republic of the Congo)

卡桑德拉 卡桑德拉 ka3 sang1 de2 la1
Cassandra (name); Cassandra, daughter of king Priam in Greek mythology; prophet of doom

拉夫桑贾尼 拉夫桑賈尼 la1 fu1 sang1 jia3 ni2
Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani

历尽沧桑 歷盡滄桑 li4 jin4 cang1 sang1
to have been through the hardships of life; to have been through the mill

洛桑 洛桑 luo4 sang1
Lausanne (city in Switzerland)

莫泊桑 莫泊桑 mo4 bo2 sang1
Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893), French novelist and short story writer

莫桑比克 莫桑比克 mo4 sang1 bi3 ke4
Mozambique

纳撒尼尔·霍桑 納撒尼爾·霍桑 na4 sa1 ni2 er3 - huo4 sang1
Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864) American novelist and short story writer

南乔治亚岛和南桑威奇 南喬治亞島和南桑威奇 nan2 qiao2 zhi4 ya4 dao3 he2 nan2 sang1 wei1 qi2
South Georgia and The South Sandwich Islands

尼桑 尼桑 ni2 sang1
Nissan, Japanese car make (derived from 日產)

农桑 農桑 nong2 sang1
mulberry farming; to grow mulberry for sericulture

欧巴桑 歐巴桑 ou1 ba5 sang1
older female; woman of mature years (Japanese loanword)

欧吉桑 歐吉桑 ou1 ji2 sang1
older man; man of mature years (Japanese loanword)

普桑轿车 普桑轎車 pu3 sang1 jiao4 che1
Passat; a car model of Volkswagen

萨桑王朝 薩桑王朝 sa4 sang1 wang2 chao2
Sassanid Empire of Persia (c. 2nd-7th century AD)

桑巴 桑巴 sang1 ba1
samba (dance)

桑蚕 桑蠶 sang1 can2
silkworm

桑德尔福德 桑德爾福德 sang1 de2 er3 fu2 de2
Sandefjord (city in Vestfold, Norway)

桑德拉 桑德拉 sang1 de2 la1
Sandra (name)

桑德斯 桑德斯 sang1 de2 si1
Sanders (name); Bernie Sanders, United States Senator from Vermont and 2016 Presidential candidate

桑地诺民族解放阵线 桑地諾民族解放陣線 sang1 di4 nuo4 min2 zu2 jie3 fang4 zhen4 xian4
Sandinista National Liberation Front

桑海 桑海 sang1 hai3
Songhay people of Mali and the Sahara

桑给巴尔 桑給巴爾 sang1 ji3 ba1 er3
Zanzibar

桑间濮上 桑間濮上 sang1 jian1 pu2 shang4
Sangjian by the Pu River, a place in the ancient state of Wei known for wanton behavior; lovers' rendezvous

桑娇维塞 桑嬌維塞 sang1 jiao1 wei2 sai1
Sangiovese (grape type)

桑科 桑科 sang1 ke1
Moraceae (type of flowering plant)

桑拿 桑拿 sang1 na2
sauna (loanword)

桑那 桑那 sang1 na4
sauna (loanword)

桑内斯 桑內斯 sang1 nei4 si1
Sandnes (city in Rogaland, Norway)

桑帕约 桑帕約 sang1 pa4 yue1
Sampaio (name); Jorge Sampaio (1939-), Portuguese lawyer and politician, President of Portugal 1996-2006; Sampaio, town in Brazil

桑日 桑日 sang1 ri4
Sangri county, Tibetan: Zangs ri rdzong, in Lhokha prefecture 山南地區|山南地区, Tibet

桑日县 桑日縣 sang1 ri4 xian4
Sangri county, Tibetan: Zangs ri rdzong, in Lhokha prefecture 山南地區|山南地区, Tibet

桑葚 桑葚 sang1 shen4
mulberry fruit (Fructus mori)

桑树 桑樹 sang1 shu4
mulberry tree, with leaves used to feed silkworms

桑塔纳 桑塔納 sang1 ta3 na4
Santana (name)

桑坦德 桑坦德 sang1 tan3 de2
Santander, capital of Spanish autonomous region Cantabria 坎塔布里亞|坎塔布里亚

桑托里尼岛 桑托里尼島 sang1 tuo1 li3 ni2 dao3
Santorini (volcanic island in the Aegean sea)

桑耶 桑耶 sang1 ye1
Samye town and monastery in central Tibet

桑植 桑植 sang1 zhi2
Shangzhi county in Zhangjiajie 張家界|张家界, Hunan

桑植县 桑植縣 sang1 zhi2 xian4
Shangzhi county in Zhangjiajie 張家界|张家界, Hunan

桑梓 桑梓 sang1 zi3
(literary) native place; homeland

桑眼 桑眼 sang3 yan3
throat

失之东隅,收之桑榆 失之東隅,收之桑榆 shi1 zhi1 dong1 yu2 - shou1 zhi1 sang1 yu2
to lose at sunrise but gain at sunset (idiom); to compensate later for one's earlier loss; what you lose on the swings you gain on the roundabouts

收之桑榆 收之桑榆 shou1 zhi1 sang1 yu2
see 失之東隅,收之桑榆|失之东隅,收之桑榆

太阳照在桑干河上 太陽照在桑乾河上 tai4 yang2 zhao4 zai4 sang1 gan1 he2 shang4
The Sun Shines over the Sanggan River, proletarian novel by Ding Ling, winner of 1951 Stalin prize

坦桑尼亚 坦桑尼亞 tan3 sang1 ni2 ya4
Tanzania

土桑 土桑 tu3 sang1
Tucson (city in Arizona)

吞米桑布札 吞米桑布札 tun1 mi3 sang1 bu4 zha2
Tunmi Sanghuzha (6th century AD), originator of the Tibetan script

亚利桑那 亞利桑那 ya4 li4 sang1 na4
Arizona

亚利桑纳州 亞利桑納州 ya4 li4 sang1 na4 zhou1
state of Arizona

亚利桑那州 亞利桑那州 ya4 li4 sang1 na4 zhou1
Arizona

指桑骂槐 指桑罵槐 zhi3 sang1 ma4 huai2
lit. to point at the mulberry tree and curse the locust tree; fig. to scold sb indirectly; to make oblique accusations (idiom)